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A Brief History of Printing 

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How will 3D printing change the future of healthcare? Check it out:
Tim Dean looks at some of the many ways we can use this new technology.

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Looking for high-quality inks for Fine Art prints? Our digital inks are compatible with the leading wide format printers and produce a brilliant, lasting print!

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Independent Ink is widely known for our 73x marking inks! This ink has been used by the leading aircraft and space manufacturers for the last 20 years. Learn more!

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Architectural printing is just one the many ways to use a wide-format printer. From bid sets to plans, it is important to have high-quality ink. Check out our OEM-compatible inks and cut your printing costs!

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Cut your ink costs by investing in a high-quality replacement ink from Independent Ink!
The article says no one has figured out how to estimate ink coverage, a critical cost component in digital printing (because digital ink is very expensive).

Is it about time for +Adobe  to step up and work on it?

#printing   #printingindustry   #printingcost  

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"The more people and steps involved in a workflow, the slower things get — and the less time the studio has to get the advertisement polished and delivered."

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Printed Marketing is simply more Engaging unlike websites,
which are often skimmed in as little as a 15 second visit.
A study shows that people read digital screen text 20% – 30%
slower than printed paper. (Alshaali & Varshney, 2005)




















Contact us, the Printing Specialists for all your Printing needs: http://www.printing-specialists.co.uk/main-services/printing    #printing #marketing #printmarketing   #printingmarketing   #printingspecialists   #printedmaterials  

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Inks from the original manufacturer can be expensive, but how do you avoid the risks of getting low quality replacement ink? What do you all think about OEM vs OEM-Compatible?
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